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the greatest of these 


Erica Scott McGrath, Business Manager 
Carissa Schutz, Creative Director 

Eastern Nazarene College 
23 East Elm Avenue 
Quincy, Massachusetts 02 1 70 


In New England stands a college, 

Near blue Quincy BayJ 

ENC our Alma Mater I 

IGlorious for aye. 

[Graceful branch es lifted heaven ward, 

ISuncrowned 'fore our view, 

[Stand the elms upo n our campus,^' 
Reaching to the blue. 

^ ^Shody walks beneath the foliage, | 
5|FlowVing beauty rare;! 

jAlmo Mat er fair. 


1 Clear her 

1 Lo, 

And her faith is sure, undaunted. 
Eastern Nazarene. 
We will prove our strong devotion. 
Loyal we will be; 
True to God and Alma Mater, 
True to ENC. 

Over the past years as president of Eastern Nazarene College, I have learned a lot about this 
institution and its constant unwavering commitment to preparing students of all genders, 
ethnicities, and ages to lead and serve in an ever-changing world. It's a history that didn't 
just unfold, but one that was planned and prayed for. a winning combination of action mixed with 
faith, hope, and love. 

It tool? faith, hope, and love to build ENC, and it takes the same to complete a degree here. It is 
most definitely an act of faith: Faith that God will guide you down the right academic path. It's also 
an act of hope: Hope that you'll be able to parlay that education into job opportunities. But neither 
of these are done blindly - you have faith and hope that your ENC education has prepared you 
because you trust God, because you've seen what ENC has done for others, and because you hnow 
that you are a better person than when you first stepped foot on this campus. Where's the love? It's 
everywhere! The peace of God's love sustained you through these past four years of papers, tests, 
chapels. EMES, worfe schedules, athletics, study abroad programs, choir tours, dorm rooms, busy 
social lives, and internships! 

This yearbook serves several functions. Right now it is a celebration tool for the most exciting, 
demanding, and rewarding four years of your lives. But in 20 years, it will be a tool to connect with 
fellow alumni, as ENC friendships are lifelong. Please tafee the time to flip through the pages and 
remember your days at ENC - the campus may loofe different in 20 years, but its mission will also 
remain the same. We will still believe in the power of a Christian education, and you are proof of 
that power. 

In His name, 

Corlis McGee. President 

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the greatest] of these 

Three things 
will last forever — 
faith, hope, and love — and 
the greatest of these 
is love. 

1 Corinthians 13:13 

People 8 

4 Nautilus 

Organizations & Ministries 56 

Table of Contents 5 


Staring at the snow dancing on the wind, on this cold night that seems to last forever, 

I remember You. 

Do You remember the look in my eyes the first day I came to see You? 
Those Juvenile eyes staring with uneasiness at all the unfamiliar faces scattered on the lawn. 

The day was long, 

Full of lines and papers and pictures marked by nervous laughter and moistened eyes 
As goodbye kisses fell from the rear view mirror 
You were there. 
Do You remember me then? 
My immaturity seems humorous now, how I pretended to have all the answers, 
walking tall, in clothes too big for my size, 
walking around you. . .walking just to walk, making sure I was seen - 
making sure my insecurity was not. 
Do You remember when I found my first friend? 
On a humid evening, enjoying the cookout, sitting away from the crowd outside 
Someone dared to come sit next to me. 
We shared nervous laughter and that was how it began. 
Do You remember my first love? 
My silly little smile revealing to all who passed that I was intoxicated by the notes left in my mailbox 

and the glances that took my breath away. 
Do You remember when I found where I fit in? 
The moment I knew who my best friends were? 
The movies we watched over and over, the lines we quoted constantly? 
Do You remember when I got the phone call that told me of loss in my family? 
How I cried because I did not understand, how I changed because of change... 
Do You remember my first practice, game, hit, win, loss? 
How proud I was to put on those pinstripes, 
how nervous I was standing on the line for the national anthem. 
Do You remember my failures? 
All those times I fell short, all the times I was disappointed and I disappointed, 
All the times when my fears of the future got the best of me? 
Do you remember all the things I did when I was with You? 
Do you remember how You changed me? 
How You made me who I am this day as I stand here a few short moments from saying goodbye? 

Will You remember me when I'm gone? 
Staring at the snow dancing on the wind on this cold night that seems to last forever, 

I remember You. 

- Hannah Rauchfuss (09) 

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the greatest of these 


8 Nautilus 

Paul Aliotta 


Physics & Engineering Club, German- 
town Program, Wind Ensemble 

Christopher Appleby 
Computer Engineering. 
Computer Science Minor 
ITS, Nease Library Computer Lab 

Julie Marie Andrews 
Music Education, Vocal Performance 
A Cappella, Chamber Singers, Choral 
Union, Jterm Bball, Kinder Haus 

Nichole Appleby 
Englisli. Secondary Education 

Tammy Andrews 
Elementary Education 
Worship Team, Open Hand Open 
Heart, Education Club 

Jonathan Ardrey 
Electrical Engineering 
A Cappella, Chamber Singers, Jazz 
Band, Physics & Engineering Club, SGA 

"It is no use saying, *We are doing our best! You have got to succeed in doing wliat is necessary!' 

- Winston Churchill (submitted by Paul Aliotta) 

"Many are the plans in a human heart, but it is ^^j^ ^ur one and only Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, 

the Lord's purpose that prevails!' - Proverbs 1 9:2 1 | promise to follow you forever. I can't thank you 

(submitted by Tammy Andrews) enough for all of the blessings you've given me, more 

than I could ever dream of!" 
Procrastination is the greatest labor saving invention of all time. i i- a j 

/ ■ . . ^, . f. X -Julie Andrews 

(submitted by Chris Appleby) 


10 Nautilus 

Ryan Augusta 
Special Education, English Minor 
FUSION, Big Brother Program 

Charmaine Barnett 
Physical Education /Movement Arts 
1 50 Step Ministry, Tennis, RA 

Jillian Ashley Barrett 
Social Work 
"Cultivating relationships and perfect- 
ing the art of losing myself 

Janelle Bausman 
"I am he as you are he as you are me 
and we are all together - John Lennon 

Brittany Bedillion 
Health Science, Pre-Nursing 
Basketball, Softball, Flag Football 
(Cloud 9), Jterm Bball (Team Dubbz) 

Jonathan Bohall 
Nease Library 

"In everything, by prayer and petition, 
with thanksgiving, present your requests to GodI' - Philippians 4:6 (submitted by Charmaine Barnett) 
"Thanks to Joycie Marie and Antoney 

Balogna for your big support, my home 
crew for always catching me, the girls for 
making senior year utterly wonderful, and 
my sisters; you are the world to mel' 
- Jillian Barrett 

"People ask me what I do in winter 
when there's no baseball. I'll tell you 
what I do. I stare out the window and 
wait for spring!' - Rogers Hornsby 
(submitted by Jonathan Bohall) 

"He who can no longer pause to 
wonder and stand rapt in awe is as 
good as dead; his eyes are closedl' 
- Albert Einstein (submitted by 
Janelle Bausman) 

People 11 

Kendra Brathwaite 
Management Information Systems 
Gospel Choir, I 50 Step Ministry, Soci- 
ety Senate, Warren Business Forunn 

Amy Casey 

"Forgetting those things which are behind, 
and reaching forth unto those things 
which are before, I press toward the 
mark for the prize of the high calling of 
God in Christ Jesus" - Philipplans 3:1 3b-l 4 
(submitted by Kendra Brathwaite) 

"No matter where you go, 
there you arel' 
- Buckaroo Banzai 
(submitted by Josh Burley) 

Joseph Burley 
Computer Science 
Honors Society, Honors Council, 
Physics & Engineering Club, Senior 
Class Council 

Marie Castro 
Communication Arts: Theatre 

Radio/Television Minor 
Theatre, Publications Board 

"Except a corn of wheat falls into the ground 
and dies, It abldeth alone; but If it dies, It 
bringeth forth much fruit!' - Jesus Christ 
(submitted by Joe Burley) 

"He is no fool who gives what 
he cannot Iceep to gain what 
he cannot lose!' - Jim Elliot 

(submitted by josh Burley) 

Joshua Burley 
History, Pre-Med 

Open Hand Open Heart, Jr. Class Council, 
Sr. Class Council, Big Brother, Intramurais, 

History Club Council 
Has going to be a friend" - Mary Burley 

Christina Lynne Clarke 
Business Management 

"Faith is to believe what you do 
not see; the reward of this faith is 
to see what you believe" 
- St. Augustine 

(submitted by Christina Clarke) 

"If all life's a stage, I want better lighting!' 
(submitted by Marie Castro) 

12 Nautilus 

Shawn Elisabeth Cola 
General Music Performance 
A Cappella, Chamber Singers, Choral 
Union, Percussion Ensemble, Musica 
Eclectica, Facilities Office 

Ashley Cornell 
Warren Business Forum, Business 
Society, MicroEnterprise Fund, Cross 
Country, Basketball, Flag Football 

Jesse Rene Collins 
Business Communications 
Circulation Desk, Flag Football (Team 
Death), Social Life Committee, 
Business Society, Gospel Choir 



Jessica Cramer 

Open Hand Open Heart, German- 
town After School Program 

Jordan Corbin 
Electrical Engineering 
Soccer, Tennis, Accountability Review 
Board, Futsal Club, Student Athletic 
Advisory Committee, Tutoring 

Joshua Daniels 
Physical Education 
Baseball, Intramural Sports, FCA, 
Class Council 

"Thank you to my family and 
to the friends who became my 
family on this long journey. 
You will always have a special 

"We are taught you must blame your father, your sisters, your 
brothers, the school, the teachers - you can blame anyone, but 
never blame yourself. It's never your fault. But It's alv^ays your 
fault, because If you v^anted to change, you're the one who has 
got to change. It's as simple as that, Isn't It?" 
- Katharine Hepburn (submitted by Jessica Cramer) 

"Love the life you live. Live the 
life you love!' - Bob Marley 
(submitted by Jesse Collins) 

place in my heart. -$1^^,^ back ^^d let God guide you... worrying and trying to plan everything yourself only taints 

- Shawn Cola Gods plan for you. I definitely learned this lesson the hard way... Put God first and you will find Q^f^^^ y^^ho strengthens rne' 

peace in everything you do!" - Ashley Cornell . Phlllppians 4:1 3 

"So never worry about tomorrow, because tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day (submitted by josh Dameis) 


People 13 

Laura Doane 
Health Science 

Aubrey L. Figueroa 
Elementary Education, Liberal Arts 
Gospel Choir, FUSION, STAND, 
Students for Social Justice 

Luke Abraham Dodge 
Physical Education 
SGA Rec. Life, Cross Country, Tennis, 
SSJ, SAAC, Big Brothers 

Izirlei Guinnaraes Filho 

Electrical Engineering 
International Studies/Math Minor 
A Cappella, Chamber Singers, Soccer, Pub. 
Board, Summer Min., RA, Class Council 

Melissa Douglas 
Socio/ Work, Religion Minor 
Gospel Choir, Cross Country, Soccer, 

Open Hand Open Heart, Worship 
Team, RA, SASW, Summer Ministries 

Shawn Flint 
General Music Performance. 

"To go in the dark with a light is to know the light. 
To know the dark, go dark. Go without sight, and 
find that the dark, too, blooms and sings, and is 
traveled by dark feet and dark wings" 

- Wendell Berry (submitted by Laura Doane) 

"A nnan's greatness is not determined by his 
acconnplishments, status or success, but by 
what it takes to make him discouragedl' 

- Rick Warren (submitted by Luke Dodge) 

"Don't let your world become the worldl* 

(submitted by Melissa Douglas) 

Rob Bell 

"if you are here unfaithfully with us, 
you're causing terrible damage. If you've 
opened your loving to God's love, you're 
helping people you don't know and have 
never seeni' - Rumi 
(submitted by Aubrey Figueroa) 

"Thanks to my family, Katy and the 
rest of the Crouse house for all your 
support. I love you guys! To my 
friends and professors, who made 
these 4 years remarkable, thank 

- Izirlei Gulmaraes Filho (Junior) 

14 Nautilus 

Charles Forester 

Hilary Gallagher 
Public Relations. Advertising 
SGA, Honors Council, A Cappella, 

Sarah Good 
Con)munication Arts, TV Production 
Theatre, A Cappella, Chamber Singers 

Preston Graveline 
Communication Arts, Theatre 
Theatre, JUMFJ A Cappella 

Timoy D. Gregory 
Music, Theatre Minor 
Worship Team 
"Beat-making, reading the Bible, hang- 
ing with friends 

Rebekah Guevara 
Women of Grace, RA, Shrader Club 

"To my friends - It's been a trying four years, but 
I know I will leave a better person than when we 
nnet thanks to your presence In nny llfel' 
- Hilary Gallagher 

"All the world's a stage, and all the 
men and women merely players" 
- William Shakespeare (submitted by 
Preston Graveline) 

"Never let your past determine your future. 
But use the past for the better and brighter 
future. With God all things are posslblel' 
(submitted by Timoy Gregory) 

"Live your beliefs and you can turn the world around" - Henry David Thoreau (submitted by Sarah Good) 

"If I find in myself a desire which no experience In this uj^^ greatest part of life is in making discoveries, 

world can satisfy, the most probable explanation is l ^ n u »» 

. , , ^ , .„ J. f , , no matter how great or small they may be. 

that I was made for another world" - C. S. Lewis /u. juduiua- \ 

, . , , . Lj.i r- „ u \ (submitted by Kebekah Guevara) 

(submitted by Hilary Gallagher) ' 

People 15 

Jessica Rebecca Hagelgans 
Middle School Ed., Mathematics 
Youth In Mission, Bible Quizzing, Ed 
Club, Rendezvous Bible Study 

Brittany Hardle-Jones 
Health Science, Pre-Physical Therapy 
Worship Team, Softball, Flag Football, 
Gospel Choir, Lab Assistant 

Lauren Halvorson 
Business Communications 

Alexander Paul Hardy 
History, Music Theory 
Percussion Ensemble 

Tori Hamilton 

Jennifer Alyce Harris 
Early Childhood Education 
Gospel Choir, FUSION, Bible Studies 

(Pa5verL''3^r6)"'^(sub^^^^ "Delight yourself in the Lord and He shall give you the desires 
ted by Jessica Hagelgans) Y®^'' hearti* - Psalm 37:4 (submitted by Tori Hamilton) 

"To laugh often and much; to win the respect of intelligent 

people and the affection of children; to earn the apprecia- 
tion of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends; 
to appreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to leave the 
world a bit better; to know even one life has breathed easier 

because you have lived. This is to have succeededl' - Ralph 
Waldo Emerson (submitted by Lauren Halvorson) 

"And we l<now that in all 
things God worl<s for the 
good of those who love 
him, who have been called 
according to his purpose!' 
- Ronnans 8:28 (submitted 
by Jennifer A. Harris) 

"There are two types of people in the world: those who 
like Neil Diannond, and those who don't." 
(submitted by Alex Hardy) 

"The Lord is my strength and my song; he 
has become my salvationi' - Psalm I 18:14 
(submitted by Brittany Hardie-Jones) 

16 Nautilus 

Jennifer Leigh Harris 
Music Composition 
Choral Union, A Cappella, Choir 
Board, Musica Eclectica, Admissions 

Tamika Hatcher 
Business Management 
Worship Team, Gospel Choir 

Alexandra Herman 
Open Hand Open Heart 

Jeremy Hermann 
Class Council, Germantown, A Cap- 
pella, Chamber Singers, Gospel Choir, 
Open Hand Open Heart 

Andrew Hill 

Electrical Engineering 
Jazz Ensemble, Physics & Engineering 
Club, Indoor Soccer, Class Council 

Rebekah Lynne Hodgkins 
Early Childhood Education 
JUMFj Gospel Choir, Theatre 

"Behold, I have inscribed you on the 
palms of My hands. Your walls are 
continually before Me" - Isaiah 49:16 
(submitted by Jennifer L. Harris) 

"All were/are Christ to me at various 
points in nay journey. You pointed to 

the Lord in your times of humility. 

You not only prayed; you were an 
answer to prayeK' - Jeremy Hermann 

"Yesterday is history. Tomorrow "Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly 
is a mystery. And today is a gift abundantly above all that we ask or think, 
from God; that is why it's called according to the power that works In us!' 

'^^P'^'^"'" - Ephesians 3:20 ^ 

(submitted by Alexandra Herman) (submitted by Tamika Hatcher) 

"Do not change who you are for anyone. If God, in all His wisdom, made you the way ^ 

you are. He did it for a reason. Dance as though no one is watching you, Love like 
you have never been hurt before. Sing as though no one can hear you. Live as though 
Heaven Is on earth" (submitted by Rebekah Hodgekins) 

People 17 



Melissa Horr 

Jeremy Hueston 

Rachael leszenberg 

Ashley May jardim 
Social Work 
Students for Social justice 

Ricardo Jean-Noel 
Business tAanagement 
Minor in Public Relations and Advertising 

Bryan Edward Killen 

A Cappella, Chamber Singers, 
Theatre, JUMP 
Proverbs 3:5-6 

"I know the plans I have for you declares 
the Lord, plans to prosper you and not 
to harnn you, plans to give you hope and 
a future!' - Jeremiah 29:1 I 

(submitted by Ricardo Jean-Noel) 

"He who floats with the current, who does not 
guide himself according to higher principles, who 
has no Ideal, no convictions - such a man is a 
mere article of the worlds furniture - a thing 
moved, instead of a living and moving being, an 
echo, not a voicel' - Henri Frederic Amiel 

(submitted by Ursula Lauriston) 
"I would like to mention my brother Dimltri whois been with me through more than even I know. Your-e the MAN bro!" 

- Constantine T. Kamberidis (not pictured) 

18 Nautilus 

Bonnie Kimball 
Minor in Criminal Justice 
Residential Assistant, JUMP 

Jeffrey Kustra 
Business Management. Marketing 

Danielle Koers 
Physical Education 
Soccer, SAAC Comnnittee, Basketball 

Patrick Lane 
SGA, Intramural Sports 

Shelley Koopman 
Business Management 
Flag Football (Team Death), IRC, 
Gospel Choir 

Ursula Lauriston 
Business Communications 
Class Council, Women of Worth, 
CYPHER, Campus Camera 

"Doubt thou the stars are fire; Doubt that 

the sun doth move; Doubt truth to be a liar; "Song for a long goodbye. I'll wait by a palm tree. I've |^ 

But never doubt love!' - William Shakespeare 8°^ ^'"'^"^^ ^^'P ""^ P"" through!' - Jack's Mannequin 

(submitted by Jeff Kustra) (submitted by Shelley Koopman) 

"God will never be all you need until He Is all you have. Quit wrestling 
with God. Let go and let God be God. Sit still in His presence, bask in 
His love, and learn to laugh the laughter of true joy!' 
(submitted by Bonnie Kimball) 

People 19 

Anthony Leite 


"In this great future, you cant forget 
your past.." - Bob Marley 

Andrew Leman 
Secondary Education. History 
History Council, Flag Football 

Sarah Leonard 
Criminal Justice 
Class Council, Softball, Admissions 

Christina Marie Levesque 
Gospel Choir, CAS, Nautilus, 
Psi Chi, Theatre 

Justin Paul Levesque 
Criminal Justice 
Psychology Minor 
Flag Football, Jterm Bball 

Christina Ludwick 
Sports Management 
SAAC, Worship Team, FCA, Volley- 
ball, Jterm Bball, Lifegroup 

"This is my command: Love each other as I have loved you. The greatest love a 
person can show is to die for his friends" - John 1 5:1 2-1 3 (submitted by Sarah Leonard) 

"In my time at ENC I have learned so much about psychology, about being a good 
student, about friendship, and about love... but most of all, about myself. Thank you to 
my professors, my family, and to my wonderful husband. Remember, life is beautiful!" 

- Christina Levesque 

"Thank you to my wife for loving me and for making me do my homework. Thank you to my 
family for their support. Thanks to all the guys for the card games and video games. AEQUITAS" 

- Justin Levesque 

"Be joyful alv»/ays; 

pray continually; give 

thanks in all circum- 
stances, for this is 

God's will for you in 
Christ JesusI' 
- I Thessalonians 

5:16-18 (submitted by 
Christina Ludwick) 

20 Nautilus 

Daniel Maltais 
"To all those that have helped me 
become the person I am today, 
I thank you" 

Anna Masters 
Music Performance 
RA, Gospel Choir, A Cappella, 
Worship Team 

Stephen Mapes 
Mathematics, Writing Studies 
Learning Assistant, Calculus TA, 
English Club, Honors Society 

Jean-Paul Marcellus 

Arielle Mather 
Psychology, Religion 
Gospel Choir, RA, Germantown, 
Student Chaplain, Psi Chi, Summer 
Ministries, Youth In Mission 

Jessica Matt 
Music Performance, Liberal Arts 
Cross Country, Symphonic Winds, 
Worship Team, Gospel Choir 

"Love recognizes no barriers. It junnps hurdles, leaps fences, 
penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope." 
- Maya Angelou (submitted by Arielle Mather) 

"Start your day with the right shoes on the right feet 
and all will go well" - Anna Masters 

"And will you succeed? Yes, indeed! 
Ninety-eight and three quarters 

percent guaranteed!" 
- Dr. Suess (submitted by Jess Matt) 

"To all those here who have helped me to learn what 
real love is - Thank you'. - Arielle Mather 

"So it goes!' (submitted by Stephen Mapes) 

People 21 

Rachel Matzdorff 
Elementary Education 
Ed Club, 21st Century Teacher 

Erica Scott McGrath 
Music and Business 
A Cappella, Chamber Singers, 
Nautilus, RA, Sumnner Ministries 

Leif Mieras 
Business Management 
Soccer, SSJ, Class Council, Intramurals, 
RA, Blakes House Shows 

Samuel R. Mohnkern 
Baseball, Worship Team, Summer 
Ministries, Flag Football, Open Hand 

Open Heart, Kinder Haus 

Christopher Morris 

Diane Murphy 
Early Childhood Education 
Soccer, Education Club, Lifegroups 
Jeremiah 29:1 I 

"When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not 

have a single bit of talent left, and could say, 'I used everything you gave me!" "When a man's ways are pleasing 
- Erma Bombeck (submitted by Erica McGrath) to the Lord, he makes even his 

"You can't reason with 

a German" 
- Grandma Mohnkern 
(submitted by Sam 

"Blessed is the man who perseveres 
under trial, because when he has 
stood the test, he will receive the 
crown of life that God has promised 
to those who love HimI' - James 1:1 2 
(submitted by Rachel Matzdorff) 

enemies to be at peace with him" 
"Greater love hath no - Proverbs 16:7 

man than this, that he 
lay down his life for his 
friends!' - John 15:13 

(submitted by Leif Mieras) 

(submitted by Chris Morris) 

22 Nautilus 

Philip Nase 
Biblical Literature 
SGA, Ministries, Jterm Bball, Flag 
Football, Indoor Soccer 

Philip Gregory Oliver 

Business /Communication Arts. 
General Music Performance 
Christian Scholar, Nautilus, Campus 
Cannera, Worship Team, 
Jazz Band, Tennis 

Andrew Neves 
Criminal justice 
Security: "protecting campus from 
crazy squirrels, and chilliri out, maxin', 
and relaxiri all cool " 

Magon Parent 
Publication Board Chairperson 
Jeremiah 29:1 I 

Jessica Anne Newman 
Psychology, Art Minor 

Nautilus, "hanging out with friends... 

Richard and Judy, what can I say? Best 
years of my life" 

Lindell Pascall 
Business Communications 
SGA, Class Council, Worship Team, 
Summer Ministries 

"I hate quotations. Tell nne 
what you knowl' - Ralph 
Waldo Enrierson (submitted 
by Andrew Neves) 

"I am concerned with a certain way of look- 
ing at life, which was created in me by the 
fairy tales, but has since been ratified by the 
mere factsi' (submitted by Leif Mieras) 

"What matters most is how well you 
walk through the fire!' - Charles Bukowski 
(submitted by Phil Oliver) 

"This Is my commandment, 
that you love one another as I 
have loved you!' - John 1 5:1 2 

(submitted by Phil Nase) 

"Pray as though everything de- 
pended on God. Work as though 
everything depended on you" 
- St. Augustine 
(submitted by Lindell Pascall) 


People 23 

Cara K. Pasik 
Communication Arts, journalism 

Randall Severino Petrillo 
Criminal justice 
Criminal Justice Club President, 

United States Marine 
"Semper Fidelis (Always faithful)" 

Justin Pearl 
General Music and Recording 

Youth Ministry Minor 
Gospel Choir, Jazz Ensemble, 
Percussion Ensemble, SSJ 

lleana Pfarher 
Criminal justice 

Tyler Peryea 
"Never let your sense of morals get in 
the way of doing what's right" - Isaac 

Melanie J. Piro 
Health Science, Pre-Nursing 
Shrader Club, Lab Assistant, 
Beta Phi Mu 
I Peter 5:7 

"And this is what I learned, that 
the world's otherness is antidote 

to confusion - that standing 
within this otherness - the beauty 
and mystery of the world, out 
in the fields or deep inside books 
- can re-dignify the worst-stung 
heart!' - Mary Oliver 
(submitted by Cara Pasik) 

"Ipsa scientia potestas est, 
(Knowledge Is power.)" 

(submitted by Randall Petrillo) 

"Many are the plans in a man's 
heart, but It is the Lord's purpose 
that prevails!' Proverbs 19:21 
(submitted by lleana Pfarher) 

"So it goes..." - Kurt Vonnegut 
(submitted by Justin Pearl) 

"For beautiful eyes, look for the good 

in others; for beautiful lips, speak 
only words of kindness; and for poise, 
walk with the knowledge that you 
are never alonel' - Audrey Hepburn 
(submitted by Melanie Piro) 

24 Nautilus 

Erin Rose Prendergast 
Contemporary Music and Recording 
Percussion Ensemble, Musica Eclectica, 
Choral Union 

Joan Ranstrom 
Soccer, Basketball, SAAC 

Christopher John Reilly 
Physical Education 
Cross Country, SAAC, Library, 
Food Council 
I Corinthians 9:24 

Amanda Remmel 
Basketball, FCA, Bible Study 

Hannah Rauchfuss 
Social Work 
Softball, Worship Team, SASW, RA, 
Intramurals, Summer Ministries, 
Lifegroup - Jeremiah 29:1 I 

Ashley J. Richards 
Business Communications 
Flag Football, The Spot, SGA, Way 
Committee, SDO 

"I never would have made it anywhere 
without the sincere love of my friends, 
family, and mentors. Thank you for 
everything - it means more than you 
knowl' - Erin Prendergast 

"Thrust against the pain. Pain 
is the purifier!' - Percy Ceruthy 

(submitted by Chris Reilly) 

"I am not but I know I AM!' - Louie Giglio 
(submitted by Hannah Rauchfuss) 

"Above all else, guard your 
heart, for it is the wellspring 

of life" - Proverbs 4:23 
(submitted by Amanda Remmel) 

"When youi^e young, your whole life 
is about the pursuit of fun. Then, you 
grow up and learn to be cautious. You 
could break a bone or a heart. You look 
before you leap and sometimes you 
dont leap at all because theres not al- 
ways someone there to catch you. And 
in life, theres no safety net. When did It 
stop being fun and start being scary?" 
- Carrie (submitted by Ashley Richards) 

People 25 

Darlene Richardson 
Music Performance and Theory 
A Cappella, Volleyball 
"Imagination rules the world" - Napoleon 

Leanne Ringius 
Psi Chi, Kinder Haus, Tutoring 


Javier Roche 
Accountability Review Board 
"spending time with friends & family" 

Robert Rossi 
Sports Management 

Katherine Ryan 
FUSION, Commuter Council 
Philippians 3:14 

Nathaniel Sager 
Computer Science 
Physics & Engineering Club, Martial 
Arts Club, Honors Society Council 

"A fugue is not a form, it's a processi' 
- Del Case 
(submitted by Darlene Richardson) 

"Sports do not build character, 
they reveal it!' - John Wooden 
(submitted by Rob Rossi) 

"There are so many people 
who have impacted my life 
during my two years here. 
Thank you. You have made me 
a better person!' - Katie Ryan 

"All generalizations are fake, including 
this onel' - Mark Twain 
(submitted by Nate Sager) 

"I can do everything through 
Him who gives me strength" 
- Philippians 4:1 3 
(submitted by Javier Roche) 

"O God, you are my God..." 
- Psalm 63:1-4 
(submitted by Paul Sapp) 

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Jack Sahlman 
Communication Arts 
Ski Team, Tennis 
"It is easier to ask for forgiveness than 
for permission" 





Paul David Sapp 

Sociology. General Vocal Performance 
A Cappella, Chamber Singers, 
Theatre, Semester at Sea 

April Siano 
Soccer, Intramural Soccer, 
Flag Football, Jterm Bball 

Rachel Sorensen 
Elementary Education, Science 
Softball, Volleyball, Basketball, 
Summer Ministries, RA 
Philippians 4:1 3 

Rebekah Sorensen 


Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 
Jterm Bball Champs (Team Christmas) 

Tory Stacey 
Powder Puff, Germantown, 
Gospel Choir, FUSION 

"First and foremost, I would like to thank my 
Savior, Jesus Christ. Thanks to my professors and 
friends for a great four years. Grammy, Uncle 
Mike, Aunt Noanle, Matt, Meghan, Dave — I'm 
very blessed to have you as my family. Krissy, 
Kori, & Kenny — couldn't ask for better siblings. 
Rebi — my sister, constant encouragement, best 
friend, and partner In crime, thanks for putting 
up with me for four years. Mom — I couldn't ask 
for a better role model. Dad — best coach in my 
book! #14... Love you alll' - Rachel Sorensen 

"To be nobody but yourself in 
a world which is doing its best 
day and night to make you ev- 
ery body else, means to fight 
the hardest battle which any 
human can fight; and never 
stop fighting!' - E.E. Cummings 
(submitted by April Siano) 

"You have 4 years to be irresponsible here: 
Relax. Work is for people with jobs. You'll never 
remember class times but you'll remember time 
wasted hanging out with your friends. So stay 
out late. Go out on a Tuesday with your friends 
when you have a paper due Wednesday. Spend 
money you don't have. The work never ends but 
college doesi' - Tom Petty 
(submitted by Tory Stacey) 


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Jeremy Stanford 

ami Swedick 

Health Science, Pre-Physical Therapy 
Volleyball, Softball 

Elementary Education. Mathematics 

Bible Quizzing, Ed Club, Prayer 
Warriors, Rendezvous, The Plunge 

Rebecca Steelman 
Electrical Engineering 
Tutoring, Flag Football, Jterm Bball 

John Theodoris 

ENC Bookstore 

Ben Thompson 
Contemporary Music & Recording 

RA, Jazz Ensemble, Woodwind 
Ensemble, Baseball & Softball Stats, 

"Trust in the Lord with all 
your heart and lean not on 
your own understanding; in 
all your ways submit to him 
and he will make your paths 
straight:' - Proverbs 3:5-6 
(submitted by Jam! Swedick) 

"Whoever loves discipline 
loves knowledge, but he who 
hates correction is stupid" 
- Proverbs 1 2:1 
(submitted by Jennifer 

"And whatever you do, whether in 
word or deed, do it all in the name of 
the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the 
Father through him" - Colossians 3:17 
(submitted by Becca Steelman) 

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Jason Tower 

Sarah E. Troxler 
Piano Performance 
A Cappella, Chamber Singers, Choral 
Union, Worship Team, 
Summer Ministries, Theatre 

Alisha Tramontozzi 
Early Childhood Education, 
Liberal Arts - English 
Kinder Haus, Ed Club, Honors Society 

Naomi Vilfort 
Psychology, Business Minor 
Step, Dance, Gospel Choir, 
Commuter Council President 
"I can do all things through Christ who 
strengthens me. 

Christina Tramontozzi 
Early Childhood Education, 
Liberal Arts - English 
Kinder Haus, Ed Club, Honors Society 
Proverbs 3:5-6 

KerryLynn Wallace 
Music Performance, 
Communication Arts 
A Cappella, Choir Board, Theatre, 

"Be Thou my Vision O Lord of my 

heart; Naught be all else to me, save 
that Thou art - Thou my best thought 
by day or by night. Waking or sleeping 

Thy presence my light. Riches I heed 
not nor man's empty praise; Thou mine 
Inheritance now and always; Thou 

and Thou only first in my heart; High 
King of Heaven my Treasure Thou art." 
(submitted by Sarah Troxler) 

"Be anxious for nothing, but in every- 
thing by prayer and supplication, with 
thanksgiving, let your requests be made 
known to God; and the peace of God, 
which surpasses all understanding, will 
guard your hearts and minds through 
Christ Jesus!' 
- Philipplans 4:6-7 
(submitted by Alisha Tramontozzi) 

"Be strong and courageous, do not 
be afraid or tremble at them, for the 
Lord your God is the one who goes 
with you. He will not fail you or 
forsake youl* - Deuteronomy 3 1:6 
(submitted by KerryLynn Wallace) 

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Lauren Elizabeth West 
Liberal Arts 
Best Buddies, Gospel Choir, Youth In 
Mission, Summer Ministries 
Psalm 103:10-12 

Jarred Wiedenroth 

Criminai justice 

"It's not who you are underneath, but 
itis what you do that defines youl' 

Shannon Wilson 

Matt Woodley 
Physics, Pre-Med 
Soccer, Tennis, Open Hand Open 
Heart, Physics & Engineering Club, RA, 
Student Chaplain, Animal Caretakers 

Camera Shy: 
Lance Brubaker 
Taryn Buckley 
Dung Bui 
Jonathan Cantave 
Mackenzie Cusick 
Colby DaSilva 
Craig Dix 
Janna Fernandes 
Laura-Beth Fitzpatrick 
Hannah Ford 
Rhiannon Gorham 
Jillian Griffin 
Caret Hanshew 
Constantine Kamberidis 
Marisol Lagos 
Rebecca Lewis 
Wendy Li 
Kenthia Louijeune 
Brandon McGrath 
Donald McKinnon 
Joseph Meserve 
John Mohan 
Christopher Neves 
Sarah Oliver 
Alpesh Pate! 
Jonathan Ruiru 
Stacey Senat 
Jonathan Showe 
Timothy Stanford 
William Stephens 
Jennifer Stevens 
Sarah Surprenant 
Nehemie Suzin 
Emily Varner 
Justin Vivanco 
Meredith White 
Melissa Williams 

Caitlin Wolf 
Cameron Young 

"If you do away with the yoke of oppression, 
with the pointing finger and malicious talk, and 
if you spend yourselves on behalf of the hungry 
and satisfy the needs of the oppressed, then your 
light will rise in the darkness, and your night will 
become like the noonday!' - Isaiah 58:9-10 
(submitted by Matt Woodley) 

"There is enough for 
everybody's need, but not 
for everybody's greed!' 
- Gandhi 

(submitted by Matt Woodley) 

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Dear Senior Class: 

I am so impressed by the talent, commitment and drive this class has demonstrated while at 
ENC. These demonstrations came in many shapes and forms. For many of you it was academics, 
for many others it was athletics, ministries and leadership roles on campus; for all of you, a Christ- 
lifee servant heart that saw a need and met the need as best as possible. I hope all of you continue 
to honor Christ in your workplace and display the same pursuit of excellence you have shown your 
professors, parents, mentors and friends. Remember the journey and remember to thanfe those on 
the sidelines that helped you along. 

Four years at ENC has taught me many things. One of them is that my best efforts at 
eloquent phrases are always shadowed by someone else's superior mastery of the English language. 
Here is what I want to tell you: 

"Life is an opportunity, benefit from it. 
Life is beauty, admire it. 

Life is bliss, taste it. 
Life is a dream, realize it. 
Life is a challenge, meet it. 
Life is a duty, complete it. 

Life is a game, play it. 
Life is a promise, fulfill it. 
Life is sorrow, overcome it. 

Life is a song, sing it. 
Life is a struggle, accept it. 
Life is a tragedy, confront it. 
Life is an adventure, dare it. 
Life is lucfe, make it. 
Life is too precious, do not destroy it. 
Life is life, fight for it." 
~ Mother Teresa 

Congratulations Class of 2009! 

Izirlei Guimaraes Filho "Junior" 
Senior Class President 


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People 33 

Ababa Abiem Katrina Abraham 

Tyler Adcox Mario Aguilar Kayla Alley Christina Ardrey 

Katie Asselin Jonathan Atwater Casey Augusta Jonathan Baboian David Barnard Justin Barter 

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Cameron Bartlett Bethany Beauregard Samantha Beauregard Melissa Beckett Zack Bell 

Hannah Bondy 

Andy Boucicaut Maurice Brandon Helen Breau Allison Brookhart Matthew Brown Nicholas Burkhardt 

Favorite Movies of 2008: 


-Justin Pearl 
The Spirit 

-Frank Kusnir jr. 

-Julia Mattoon 

Quantum of Solace 

-Anthony Lacina 
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince 

-Paul Aliotta 
Slunndog Millionaire 
-Pat Lane 



Ea gle Eye 

-Jen Harris 
The Dark Knig ht 

-Mario Nunoz 


-Alex Hardy 

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Tim Capozzi Adam Carmody Alex Carr 

Jillian Cola 


Amber Burns Shane Burt-Miller Alexandria Cabral Anthony Cahill Allison Cammarata Stephanie Capen 

Kevin Carr Michelle Catanese Shane Chamberlin 

Kenny Chappell Christopher Cherry Stephen Chiavaroli Caitlin Chubb Debbie Civil Laura Cline 

David Coleman Jennifer Colson Emily Colwell Mary Elizabeth Connelly Jonathan Corbin 

Best Picture: slumdog Miihona^e Academy Awapcl Wlnpiers: 

Best Animated Feature: Wall-E / 
Best Director: Danny Boyle, Slumdog Millionaire 
Best Leading Actor: Sean Penn, Milk 

Best Leading Actress: Kate Winslet, The Reader 

Best Supporting Actor: Heath Ledger, The Dark Knig ht 

Best Supporting Actress: Penelope Cruz, Vicky Christina Barcelona 

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Alison Cornell Anna Cousins 

Riva Davis 

Simmone Deane Ruthann DeBaise Johanna DeCoste Justin Denbow Kristen Depuy 


Christine DeTraglia Jaron Dickinson 

Grace Dinneen Cameron Doane 

Caitlin Donnelly Micaela Donovan 

Daniel Drake Maritza Drummond Trevor Duke Matthew Duquette Sarah Eknaian 

Jillian Farester 

Grammy Award Winners: 

Best Electronica/Dance Album: Alive 2007 - Daft Punk 

Best Rock Album: Viva la Vida - Coldplay 
Best Rap Album: Tha Carter III - Lil Wayne 
Best Pop Vocal Album: Rockferry - Duffy 

Best Traditional Blues Album: One Kind Favor - B. B. King Best Country Album: Troubador - George Strait 

Best Reggae Album: Jah is Real - Burning Spear 
Best Comedy Album: Itis Bad for Ya - George Carlin 

Best Alternative Music Album: In Rainbows - Radiohead 
Best R&B Album: Jennifer Hudson - Jennifer Hudson 

Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album: Alive and Transported - tobyMac 

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Bruce Faulkner 

Graham Fehr 


Ediyze Ferreira Jonata Ferreira Traci Fitzpatrick Matthew Flagg 

Ian Fletcher Brittany Garoffolo Tiffany Gearhart Jessica Gibbons Laura Giberson Timothy Golden 

Debbie Gomes Hillary Greene Katelynn Grotto David Guevara Paul Guevara Aaron Hagerman 

Brooke Hale Rebecca Hammer Megan Hardee 

Kaleb Hart Sherryl-Anne Helm Melissa Henry 

Best Contemporary R&B Gospel Album: The Fight of My Life - Kirk Franklin 

Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album: Thy Kingdom Come - CeCe Winans 

Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album: Raising Sand - Robert Plant & Alison Krauss 

Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television, or Other Visual Media: Juno 

Best Song Written for Motion Picture, Television, or Other Visual Media: "Down to Earth' - Peter Gabriel ( WALL-E ) 

Best Score Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television, or Other Visual Media: The Dark Knig ht 

-James Newton Howard & Hans Zimmer 


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Kurtis Himmelberger David Hoelschen-Thorne Joshua Hollett Matthew Hoover 

Micah Horton 

Jennifer Jacquet 

Emmanuel Janvier Stephanie Jeannis 

Randy Hughes 

Steven Johnstone Grace Kabemba Caren Kamel 

Michael Kennedy Caitlyn Kimball Daniel King Jennifer Kitchen Corey knudsen Anthony Lacina 

Heather LaFountain Nathaniel Lane Yvanne Latouche Joy Leaser 

I If I J 

Favorite Books We Read This Year: Flowers for Algernon by Pamel Keyes' 

Jennifer Jacquet 

Mountain Beyond Mountains by Dr. Paul Farmer 

-MattWoodley ^ ^ c ru □. u m u a u God Callin g by A. I. Russell 

Serve God. Save The Planet by Matthew Sleeth c ■ L 

r — ; ' -Staci Harris 

-Ennily Prugh 

Searching For God Knows What by Donald Miller 
-Meghan Weaver 

Fragile Things by Neil Gainnan 
-Bethany MacPherson 

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ethany MacPherson Alex MacWilliam Mike Magnuson Rebecca Malas Stephen Maltais Timothy Manion 

Emily Marascia Marcc ^'artinez 


Julia Mattoon 


Tyler McClarren Ervin Melara 

Ericka Mills 

Sara Miller 

Lauren Mills Steven Minson Ben Mohnkern Sean Morrissey Shaquania Moses 

Arielle Nazareth Katherine Nestor Eric Nixon 

Jillian Noyes 

Casey Oates Gregg Olson 

rhe Terrorist by John Updike 
-Jocelyn Cox 

Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde 
-Anthony Lacina 

Just Like Jesus by Max Lucado 
-Ababa Abiem 

Jesus for President by Shane Claiborne 
-Erin Rose Prendergast 

Rant by Chuck Palahniuk 
-Alex MacWilliam 

Constitution of Liberty by Friedrich A. Hayek 
-Canneron Young 

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Emily Prugh Ross Quick Naveen Rajan Abby Rasbridge Sean Reese Tyler Restrick 

TIME Magazines Top 1 Video Games of 2008: 

1. Grand Theft Auto IV 6. Dead Space 

2. Braid 7. Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 

3. LittleBlgPlanet 8. Hunted Forever 

4. Rock Band 2 9. Fieldrunners 

5. Gears of War 2 1 0. Spore 

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"It's been a long time coming, but tonight, because of what we did on this 
day, in this election, at this defining moment, change has come to America! 
-Barack Obama in his victory speech after winning 
the 2008 presidential election 


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- -1- 

Jordan Shuhart 

Lauren Silva 

Omar Simpson Julianne Skinner Joshua Smith Millett Rebecca Smith 

Houth Kim Som Nicole Sprague 

Ashley Stiles Rebecca Stonelake 

Bethany Stuart 

Jules Suzin 

Cynthia Syldor 

"Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do 
not be terrified; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your 
God will be with you wherever you go" 
-Joshua 1:9 (submitted by Laura DeCastro) 

"He replied, You are talking like a foolish woman. Shall we accept good 
from God, and not trouble?' In all this, job did not sin in what he said" 
-Job 2:10 (submitted by Nicole Mazzeo) 

"Dorit let anyone look down on you 
because you are young, but set an 
example for the believers in speech, in 
life, in love, in faith and in purity!,' 
-I Timothy 4:1 2 (submitted by Jen- 
nifer Charpentier and Kaitlyn Welch) 

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"Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, 
by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your 

requests to God. And the peace of God, which tran- 
scends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your 
minds in Christ Jesus" 
-Philippians 4:6-7 (submitted by Emily Prugh) 

"For I know the plans I have for you',' declares the 
LORD, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, 
plans to give you hope and a future! 
-Jeremiah 29:1 I (submitted by Meghan Weaver) 

"Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a 
woman who fears the LORD is to be praised"." 
-Proverbs 3 1:30 (submitted by Grace Kabemba) 

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I. Vern Wesley, Jamica Love, and Jennifer Lopez from 
the Student Developnnent Office enjoy some pizza at the 
Back to School Bash 2. Professor Brian Massey reads some 
Freud in his office 3. Wearing the gold medal, President 
Corlis McGee poses with 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist 
Bryan Clay at an ENC Society event 4. Coach Yeh and 
Ryan Ardrey watch a mens basketball game 5. Chaplain 
Corey MacPherson joins SteplSO during a winter sports 
pep rally 

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Koffi Ramo Badohoun 
Information Technology Services 

Stacey Barker 
Social Work 

Kelsey Bayreuther 
College Store Manager 

David Edmonds Ardith Eyring Mary Ellen Fox 

Security Assistant to the Chaplain Education 

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Wayne Griffin 

Karen C. Henck 

Matthew Kutt 

Stephen Hamilton 

Jonathan Johnson 

Philip LaFountain 

Rick Harnnon 
Food Services 

Marianna Krejci-Papa 

Fouad Lebbos 
Assistant Director of Financial Aid 

People 47 

Ji Li 

Melissa Lowell 
Resident Director 

Brian Massey 

Jennifer Lopez 
Resident Director 

Corey MacPherson 

Jamica Love 
Associate Dean of Student Development 

Patsy Malas 



Dan Messier 
Physics/ Engineering, Math/Computer Science. 

Russell Milburn 

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Eric Severson Mary Lou Shea Timothy Shetler 

Religion Religion Music 

People 49 

Jacqueline Stanford 

Assistant to Director of Alumni & 
Director of Church Relations 

Erin Stone Cheryl Stone 

Administrative Assistant for Institutional Advancement Administrative Assistant for Student Development 


Matthew Thomas 
Resident Director 

Melinda Vasquez 

Beth Waltermire 


Vern Wesley 
Vice President of Student Development 

Andrew Wright 


Francine Wright 
Human Resources 

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Corlis McGee 

thanfe you 
for your service 
and support 

People 51 

the greatest of these 

organizations & ministries 

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ler ministries 

Ee^' v vi; ^ iummer min. team was such an 

awesome experience. I had five wonderful, 

talented teammates who I could joke around 

with and I also could turn to them for 

encouragement, spiritual advice, comfort, 

etc. They were with me in the laughter and 

good times, and they were there with me 

when I was upset and going through a difficult 

time due to my grandmother's death. I was 

truly blessed with amazing teammates! And 

there are so many other great things about 

summer ministry. Not many other people 

have the opportunity to be a positive 

influence and to make a huge impact on 

hundreds of kidsj teenagersi and adults' 

lives week after week for three months. It's 

a huge responsibility when you think about 

it but if you're putting God at the center 

of everything you do and giving Him the 

glory and honor for everything, then He 

will guide and direct you and give you the 

tools you need to further His kingdom. I 

will be traveling again this summer with the 

sweetest teammates ever. I love them! I'm 

so excited because I know God has amazing 

things in store for our team!! 
- Jillian Noyes 

Junnp For Joy: 

(from left) 
l^eghan Weaver 
Arielle Mather 
(Michael Kennedy 
Rachel Sorensen 
Matt Brown 


(next page, 
clockwise from left) 
Caren Kamel 
Samuel Mohnkern 
Lionel Latouche 
Hannah Rauchfuss 
Carissa Schutz 


(from left) 
Adrian Sealy 
Donalin Cazeau 
Lindell Pascall 
Erica McGrath 
Micah Horton 
Jillian Noyes 

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:ampUS camera: the official student newspaper 

Organizations & Ministries 61 

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students for social justice 

Organizations & Ministries 63 

campus camera: the official student newspaper 

Organizations & Ministries 67 

cations board 

The Publications Board is comprised of the editors from the Campus Camera and the Nautilus, the Board chairperson, the 
advisors for the publications, a representative from the Student Development Office, the Student Government Associations 
Vice President of Finance, and student representatives. This year, the Board met frequently to update their Constitution, 
improve each publication, and provide timely feedback for the Campus Camera. 

Pictured above from left: Carissa Schutz, Anthony Lacina, Erica McGrath, Vern Wesley, and Marie Castro 

Not pictured: Melissa Lowell, Ben Wilson, Pat Lane, Junior Guimaraes, Jennifer Lopez, Jan Weisen, Ursula Lauriston, and 

Magon Parent 

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general student government association 

The General SGA is comprised of the Executive SGA, class presidents, Commuter Council president, editors from the 
Nautilus and Campus Camera, Publications Board Chairperson, Accountability Review Board Chairperson, and the advisor 
for the Executive SGA. This year, the General SGA revised their Constitution and sought to provide ways for more student 
imput and feedback. 

Pictured above from left: (back row) Phil Nase, Micah Norton, Josh Vachon, Lindell Pascall, Pat Lane, and Melissa Lowell 
(front row) Junior Guimaraes, Hilary Gallagher, Jon Ardrey, Luke Dodge, Erica McGrath, and Carissa Schutz 
Not pictured: Mandolin Porter, Allison Cammarata, Anthony Lacina, Ben Wilson, and Jordan Corbin 

Organizations & Ministries 69 

I. the SGA hangs out at the 
pipeline launch party 2. Micah 
Norton gives a speech during SGA 

left page clockwise from left: 
Lindell Pascall, Phil Nase, Jon 
Ardrey, Micah Morton, Pat Lane, 
Hilary Gallagher, and Luke Dodge 

Organizations & Ministries 71 

Organizations & Ministries 73 

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Shields & Memorial, from left: Sean Reese, David Coleman, Matt Brown, Mat Thomas (RD), Junior Filho, Ben 

Cassandra Pettit, Sarah Blake, Charmaine Barnett, Brittany Garoffolo 

Munro, from left: Rebekah Guevara, Erica Scott McGrath, Tanya Miller (RD), Jillian Noyes, Theresa Kodua 

Organizations & Ministries 77 

chamber singers 

The Chamber Singers is a group of 24 
students who focus on songs that em- 
phasize skill and musical ability while 
glorifying God through their ministry to 
others. This past January they took an 
international tour, traveling to Bulgaria, 
Romania, Hungary, Austria, and Swit- 
zerland, singing for various churches and 
interacting with the people there. The 
group seeks to interlace a love for dif- 
ficult choral music with a love for Christ 
and is directed by Dr. Timothy Shetler. 

Organizations & Ministries 79 

gospel choir 

"One of the things I've always 
enjoyed about being a part of 
Gospel Choir is the fact that we 
play and sing music we love, while 
worshipping God and leading oth- 
ers in worship as well. In being a 
part of the band for two years, 
I've had the privilege of stand- 
ing in the back and watching the 
spirit move across entire congre- 
gations. It's been an incredibly up- 
lifting experience." 

- Micah Horton 




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nt association of social workers 

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physics & engineering club 

The PEC exists for all students 
who have an interest in physics 
or engineering to gather togeth- 
er to discuss their thoughts and 
ideas. The group has held campus 
events including science related 
movie nights and sometimes they 
travel into Boston to visit muse- 
ums or attend lectures. 

Organizations & Ministries 83 

business mandarin 

Ji Li, Darlene Richardson, Beth- 
any Beauregard, Anna Masters, 
Jessica Matt, Joseph Burley, and 
Peter Bentum enjoy practicing 
their Mandarin at Great Chow 
in Quincy. 

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e ^reatpst" of thpse 

men s soccer 

"My favorite part of playing 
soccer at ENC is playing with 
about 20 of my best friends. 
I am a Crusader for life!" 

- Rob Rossi 

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Mount Ida College 0-0 T 
Emerson College 3-1 L 
Suffolk University 2-1 L 
Roger Williams University 1-0 L 

U/Mass Boston 4-1 L 
University of New England 1-0 W 
Salve Regina University 5-0 L 
Endicott College 1-0 L 
Western New England College 5-0 L 
Wentworth Institute of Technology 3-1 
New England College 2-0 L 
Curry College 4-1 L 
Gordon College 4-1 L 
Mass Maritime Academy 0-0 T 
Nichols College 4-0 L 
Anna Maria College 4-2 W 

Regis College 3-0 W 
Colby Sawyer College 2-0 L 

"Soccer has always 
taught me about 
working together, 
but especially work- 
ing with my assistant 
coach Ken Villaluz. 
He has taught me so 
much about life and 
Christ. My favorite 
memory from this 
year is when we were 
down 1-0 to Anna 
Maria and came back 
to win 4-2. Soccer is 
the best sport in the 
world, Americans 
should realize that." 

- Matt Woodley 

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women's soccer 

"My favorite memory is probably hav- 
ing my hair pulled and getting punched 
during the Anna Maria game. I also 
loved being able to play with some of 
the best friends I have ever had." 

-Danielle Koers 

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Fitchburg State College 5-2 L 
Univ. of Mass. -Boston 4-1 L 
Emerson College 5-1 L 
Suffolk University 2-1 W 
Univ. of New England 5-1 L 
Wheelock 8-2 W 
Salve Regina Univ. 4-0 L 
Endicott College 2-0 L 
Western New England College 7-1 L 
Wentworth 5-0 L 
New England College 3-1 L 
Curry College 6-2 L 
Gordon College 1-0 L 
Roger Williams University 3-0 L 
Nichols l-l T 
Anna Maria College 2-0 W 

Regis College 6-0 W 
Colby Sawyer College 2-1 L 

"Soccer has allowed me 
to make friends, some 
that I will keep forever. 
It has allowed me to be 
a college athlete and be 
involved in something 
bigger than myself. My 
favorite soccer memory 
is when D and I had a 
cake fight at practice. I 
love the aspect of playing 
on a team. " 

-Joni Ranstrom 

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cross country 

"I had the privilege of being captain of 
the team for 2008 and the athletes I 
ran with were great friends and run- 
ners. I can always feel Godis holiness 
when I run and that is what I want 
ENC to know: Athletics is worship to 
God. " 

-Chris Reilly 

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"We had a brand new teann 
this year. I was the only re- 
turning runner, and couldrit 
have had a better senior 
season getting to l<now this 
great group of girls! It was 
so encouraging to see each 
teannnnate innprove so much 
over the season and I am so 
excited to see what can hap- 
pen with seven women on a 
mission to recruit and train 
for next season! " 

- Ashley Cornell 

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women's volleyball 

"My most valued friends started as mere team- 
mates. I wouldrit have the relationships I have 
now without having played volleyball. It was 
amazing to have the four seniors finish our 
entire four-year career together and its been a 
long, fun ride." 

-Christina Ludwick 

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Photo by Joseph Fernandes 

Photo by Joseph Fernandes 

"We always played 
with our whole hearts 
and gave our all. I love 
the team and I ann so 
blessed to have been 
able to play and be an 
ENC wonnenis volley- 
ball Crusader!" 

-Jami Swedick 


U/Mass. Dartmouth 3-1 L 
Tri-Match vs. St. Joes 3-0 W 
Tri-Match vs. MCLA 3-0 W 
Salem State College 3-0 W 
Tri-Match vs. Endicott 3-0 L 
Tri-Match vs. Regis 3-1 L 
Emmanuel College 3-0 L 
Simmons College 3-1 W 
University of New England 3-1 L 
Tri-Match vs. Colby Sawyer 3-0 L 
Tri-Match vs. Salve Regina 3-0 L 
Lesley University 3-2 W 
Mount Ida College 3-0 L 
Tri-Match vs. Rhode Island College 3-0 L 
Tri-Match vs. Clark University 3-1 L 
Pine Manor College 3-2 W 
WIT 3-1 W 
Wheaton 3-0 L 
MCLA 3-0 W 
Wentworth Institute of Technology 3-1 L 
Newbury College 3-0 W 
U/Mass. Boston 3-0 L 
WCSU 3-0 L 
Emmanuel 3-1 L 
Babson 3-0 L 
Gordon College 3-0 L 
Tri-Match vs. RWU 3-0 L 
Tri-Match vs. AMC 3-0 W 

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"Playing on a team at ENC helps you grow spiritually 
and build team friendships. My favorite part of the 
season was playing at Hilton Head and going 4-1. " 

-Tyler Restrick 

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mens basfeetball 

"My favorite memory from this year is liitting 
the game winning shot against Wentworth. 
The fans were crazy and they had the TCCC 
player of the year so it made it that much bet- 
ter. The best part of playing basketball at ENC 
is the fellowship with my teammates. The 
relationships that we build are life-long, with 

memories that well have forever. " 

-DeAngelo Alston 

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Gordon College 76-45 L 
Mount Ida College 89-74 L 
Suffolk University 64-63 W 
Lesley University 63-6 1 W 
Weelock College 74-66 L 
Mitchell 73-68 L 
Framingham State College 87-55 L 
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy 85-67 L 
Rutgers-Camden 70-6 1 W 
Daniel Webster 89-92 L 
Endicott College 77-62 L 
Wentworth Institute of Technology 76-73 W 
Newbury College 66-60 L 
Gordon College 68-57 L 
Univ. of New England 84-62 L 
Regis College 78-69 W 
Becker College 90-7 1 L 
Colby-Sawyer College 73-63 L 
Anna Maria College 73-60 W 
Western New England College 73-61 L 
Curry College 87-77 L 
New England College 75-49 W 

Nichols College 68-50 L 
Salve Regina University 93-54 L 
Roger Williams University 9 1-66 L 

Athletics 101 

women's basketball 

"My favorite memory is that we got lost on 
our way to EVERY away game. It wouldht 
matter if we had directions, we would still get 
lost. This would in turn make us late to our 
games and give us about fifteen minutes to 
warm-up. However, some of our best games 
were played under these circumstances. " 

-Amanda Remmel 

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Umass Boston 80-5 1 L 

MIT 52-42 L 
Lasell College 88-56 L 
MIT 57-47 W 
Newbury College 80-49 W 
Wheelock College 74-37 W 
Framingham State College 60-57 L 
Daniel Webster College 6 1-60 L 
Becker College 71-68 L 
Connecticut College 80-40 L 
Endicott College 72-48 L 
Wentworth Institute of Technology 57-47 L 
Rivier College 78-74 L 
Gordon College 40-32 L 
Univ. of New England 83-58 L 
Regis College 75-48 L 
Simmons College 55-38 L 
Colby-Sawyer College 79-38 L 
Anna Maria College 64-36 W 
Western New England College 74-23 L 
Curry College 75-48 L 
New England College 76-60 L 

Nichols College 70-49 L 
Salve Regina University 66-53 
Roger Williams University 9 1-88 L 

"The thing I love most 
about our team is the con- 
stant guidance, support, 
and encouragement we 
gave to each other. When 
things got hard, and at 
times they got very hard, 
we literally carried one 
another every step of the 
way. " 

-Amanda Remmel 

Athletics 103 


"Our annual spring break trip to Florida 
is my favorite part of being a Crusader. 
Every day consists of waking up and 
competing in the game I love in the 80 
degree weather of Ft. Myers, Florida. 
Playing baseball at ENC has given me 
a great opportunity to use my talents 
and establish myself as a leader on the 
team and this campus." 

-Josh Daniels 

"Playing college baseball 
has been the greatest thing 
these past four years. Not 
many people get the oppor- 
tunity to play and I thank 
God everyday that I was 
able to play at this level. I 
also want to thank Coach 
Kutt for all the time he put 
into helping me become the 
player I am today." 

-Dave Dickerson 

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Curry College 1 6-5 L 
Curry College I 1-6 L 
Anna Maria College 6-3 W 
Anna Maria College 5-2 L 
Mass. Maritime Academy I 5-4 W 
Lasell College 4-1 W 
Nichols College 2-1 W 
Nichols College 9-1 L 
Endicott College I 1-5 W 
Endicott College 12-1 W 
Salve Regina University 7-2 W 
Salve Regina University 3-2 L 
Roger Williams University lO-l L 
Roger Williams University 9-3 L 
Emerson College 8-7 L 
Western New England College 4-0 L 
Western Uew England College 14-1 L 
MIT 8-5 L 
U/Mass. Boston I 1-4 L 
New England College 4-0 W 
New England College 1 2-8 L 
Gordon College 1 2-3 L 
Gordon College 8-4 L 
Wentworth Institute of Technology 4-1 L 
Wentworth Institute of Technology 12-11 L 
Colby-Sawyer College I 3-1 2 L 
Colby-Sawyer College 1 6-4 L 

Athletics 105 


"This season was the best that we have 
had In the four years I have been here. 
Being able to nnake the playoffs In my 
last year and go out with a bang was 
amazing! Over these four years, the 
games I've played and the friends Ive 
made have changed my life and given 
me memories I will have forever. To all 
my seniors, I love you! " 

-Hannah Rauchfuss 

"Coming onto a team and playing 
with girls from all over the place, 
from different programs, having dif- 
ferent personalities and skill levels, 
is definitely a learning experience 
In itself. Playing at ENC has really 
taught me a lot about winning and 

losing and what's important." 

-Rebekah Sorensen 

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jh Fernandes 


Roger Williams University 6-0 L 
Roger Williams University 1 0-1 L 
Nichols College 10-2 L 
Nichols College 1 4-3 W 
New England College 6-1 W 
New England College 10-9 L 
Anna Maria College 9-3 W 
Anna Maria College 10- 5 L 
University of New England 5-4 L 
University of New England 7-3 W 
Endicott College 1 3-0 L 
Endicott College I 1-4 L 
Salve Regina University 3-1 W 
Salve Regina University 1 0-2 L 
Wentworth Institute of Technology 2-1 W 
Wentworth Institute of Technology 5-4 W 
Gordon College 6- 5 W 
Gordon College 9-1 W 
Curry College 1 0-2 L 
Curry College 1 7-2 L 
Regis College 9-1 W 
Regis College 8-2 W 
Western New England College 14-4 L 
Western New England College 4-2 W 
TCCC Playoffs 4-0 L 

Athletics 107 

I. guys enjoy a game of buck-buck during 
the Back to School Bash 2. Twister is one 
way to have fun 70s style at the Pipeline 
Launch Party 3. athletes join in prayer at 
the Fall Pep Rally 4. The Wrecking played 
in chapel Friday morning and gave a con- 
cert that night 5. students couldn 't contain 
their enthusiasm during the moonlight 
Boston Harbor Cruise 6. Ervin Melara 
shows off his dance moves 7. new stu- 
dents have story time with Melissa Lowell 
during their first trip into Boston. 


1. Rebekah Sorensen and Lindell Pascall shake hands 
after being crowned Homecoming Queen and King 

2. the Homecoming Court watches a video presen- 
tation by Trevor Duke 3. the procession begins with 
the Court looking their best 4. Rebekah Sorensen 
and Josh Burley wait for the festivities to start 5. 
Tyler Restrick sells t-shirts at the street fair. 

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mm^ fie: you 

^^^^^i'dconic Retreat and Conference 
Center, also known as Camp laconic, in 
Milan, NY hosted the first ever Breathe 
Retreat for ENC students. Sam Stovall, 
executive director of the camp, gave 
the students who worked as his summer 
staff the opportunity to plan the event. 
Without hesitation, planning and prayer 
began among the group, so that in 
October the weekend was a success. 
Though the beginning of the lice break 
out on campus gave the retreat a rough 
start, the 60 students who were able to 
attend had a blast. 

are alive 

We began the first night with a 
bonfire and some fellowship. The next 
morning consisted of an early breakfast 
and prayer. We also rolled up our sleeves 
and did some community service work 
by staining the cabins. This was probably 
the most fun part of the retreat as 
people sang songs, joked around, and 
just got to know each other a little bit 
better. The rest of the day consisted 
of worshipping God through our free 
time. Some people played football on 
the field, others hung around the gym to 
shoot hoops and some played guitar and 

sang worship together. Later that night 
we had our first service with Sam Stovall 
as our speaker. We learned a lot about 
"breathing" and what that means in 
biblical terms. Sunday morning was our 
wrap up, where we had a communion 
service and gave out t-shirts. Overall, 
the weekend was a blessing with God 
transcending through every part. It 
brought a portion of our school together 
and, God willing, it will not be the last 

- Sarah Dutra 

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festival of lice 

Lice Week lasted only a week, but it 
felt like so much longer to those affected by 
the pests. Many a trip was made to CVS to 
buy special shampoo. Students stayed up late 
washing hair and doing laundry into the wee 
hours of the morning. Floors had hair-combing 
parties in a valiant effort to rid the campus of 
the pests. Classes were cancelled, replaced with 
lice forums and head checks that lasted for 
hours at a time. Girls walked around with their 
heads wrapped in hats and scarves. Student 
Development let us use the washers and dryers 
for free... 

Eventually, however, we regained 
normalcy. But we will always remember Lice 
Week 2008. 

I. Melissa Williams, Rebekah Hodgkins, and Bryan Killen layer on 
protective gear against the feisty intruders 2. Jessica Schoppee and 
3. Anthony Lacina get their heads checked for lice during manda- 
tory head checks. 

Events 117 

Events 119 

flag football 

The 2008-2009 flag football season was 
big hit this fall semester! The womem's league wer 
to battle with many great match ups. The standou 
for the women were Annie Latouche, Hannj 
Rauchfuss, and Kayla Overly. The championsh 
team for the women was Skull Crushers, repeatir 
the championship from last year! For the men, tl' 
competition was at an intense level all year, rigl 
down to the championship with team Ruthle 
taking the victory! Standouts for that team include 
the quarter back, with more than 50 touchdow 
passes, Josh Daniels. Other key players were Juc 
Rivera and Pat Lane. 

- Luke Dodge 


"40 4 

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poverty weefe 

was the result of a vision conceived by 
Students for Social Justice in the spring 
of 2008, after they attended and were 
inspired by the Faith and International 
Development Conference held at Calvin 
College. SSJ co-leader Ashley Jardim 
organized the week of events with the 
help of a diverse group of students, 
staff, and faculty. The overall mission 
of Poverty Week was to engage the 
student body in seriously considering 
their responsibility to care for the "least 
of these" while also providing students 
with practical ways to act on what they 
would learn. The result was a week that 
began with the invitation to sleep outside 
in cardboard boxes and eat only one meal 
a day, experiencing just the slightest hint 
of what poverty might actually feel like. 
Fair Trade was one of the main themes 
of the week, highlighted by a showing 

of the documentary The Price of Sugar 
and by a Fair Trade Fair in which different 
groups visited ENC to sell their hand- 
crafted products. Another important 
theme was the connection between 
poverty and global warming, and our 
duty as Christians to be good stewards 
of creation. The Hunger Banquet was 
an opportunity for participants to 
experience firsthand how our decisions 
affect others around the world, 
particularly as our habits contribute 

to both environmental destruction aa 
poverty. Other events held throughout th( 
week included a showing of the film Thi 
I Ith Hour^ followed by a discussion abou 
poverty and global warming; a studen 
action fair that provided opportunitie 
for students to get involved in their loca 
community; and a dinner discussion lec 
by Professor Griffin, Dr. Randall Stevens 
and Dr. Cameron about the Presidentia 
candidates and their views on poverty. 
- Ashley May Jardim 

124 Nautilus 

I. students purchase hand-crafted items 
at the Fair Trade Fair 2. sleeping outside in 
a box community was one way students 
learned about poverty 3. students slept out- 
side of the student center after 4. making 
the box community inside 5. Joshua Burley 
sleeps soundly in the cold weather 6. Lora 
Wooster and Ashley Jardim participate in the 
Fair Trade Fair 

Events 125 

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lusion: spring break mission trips 

132 Nautilus 

Events 133 

I. Chris Cherry (above) and JP 
Marcellus 2. Samuel Mohnkern 3 
Leif Mieras 4. Alex MacWilliam 

5. Josh Burley and Tyler Peryea 

6. Stephen Mapes 7. Paul Aliotta 

Events 135 


inter play: and then there were none 


136 Nautilus 

spring play: twelve angry jurors 

Events 137 

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Events 141 

icy's: athletic awards ceremony 

Events 143 

Events 145 

Sacred Passage 

Four years, particular years, 
rush to enter the storeroom. 
Today's air is tinged with salt, 
the sea at the end of the street. 

Keys to the kingdom, 

Knowledge, its keen-edged shimmer, 
glistens in the eyes 

of those who will cross May's stage. 
Receive the doublet scroll: blessing 
and burden; 

puzzle and paradox 

of faith, of life well-wrought. 

Sweet season of gathering. . . 

the vine is full, harvest-in-hand. 

- Professor Kathleen McCann 

Events 147 

May 16, 2009 

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class of 2009: people of action 


Junior Filho presents Dr. McGee with an endowed class scholarship of $ 1 0,000 fronn the Class of 2009 

malting history: presidential election 2008 

Much to the relief of pundits 
and major news network producers 
everywhere, 2008 brought with it 
America's 56'*" presidential election. 
While the number itself might seem 
dull and forgettable, the election was 
anything but. This was the battle of 
Republican Senator John McCain and 
Democratic Senator Barack Obama, the 
battle of Maverick and "Change We Can 
Believe In!' Despite that fact that one 
sounds like a pilot from Top Gun while 
the other may have been a rejected track 
from a Journey album, both proved to 
be worthy contenders to the throne... 
er, Oval Office. 

The race was spirited. Slogans 
were slung, voting records were 
scrutinized, American flag pins were 
forgotten (how unpatriotic!), and the 
issues were debated at numerous, 
well, debates. For both sides, the vice 
presidents seemed to be the X factors. 
McCain chose Alaskan governor Sarah 
Palin, whose spunk, stylish pant suits. 

and ability to see foreign nations from 
afar gave the Republican ticket some 
much needed energy and attention. 
The Democrats went a different route, 
choosing Delaware senator Joe Biden, 
whose storied Congress background 
came across in his speeches, wrinkles, 
and white hair, and who served a perfect 
foil to the young Obama. 

America seemed to care about 
the election process once again. Citizens 
both young and old took to the streets 
to promote their candidate of choice. 
Blogs overflowed with commentary 
both civil and vitriolic. News networks 
framed the election as a critical turning 
point for America. Sensationalist, yes, 
but perhaps true as well. We were, 
after all, voting for a completely new 
presidency, and both sides promised 
change for a tired and weary America. 

In the end, it was Senator Obama 
who stood victorious as our country's 
first African-American President. One 
could hardly envy him. Along with the 

presidency he inherited a laundry list of 
problems that would make the most 
stoic leader turn tail and run. He had 
an economy to rescue, an increasingly 
unpopular war to resolve, and a world 
quite vocal about their opinion of 
America. As a final surprise on election 
night, America was able to go to sleep 
knowing who their next Commander in 
Chief would be, as McCain, graciously, 
conceded early, sparing the country 
hours of pollsters flipping coins and 
calling it "predictions!' 

As President Obama faces new 
challenges for America, we can only 
hope those same legions of supporters 
who raised their signs and typing fingers 
in favor of change will stick with their 
new leader. For those who kindly (or 
unkindly) disagreed, we should hope 
for the same response. Change may 
yet come to America, but, like anything 
worthwhile, it will take more than the 
work of one man to accomplish. 

- Stephen Mapes (09) 

Events 153 


Philip LaFountain joined the United 
States Air Force for six years as an enlisted 
non-commissioned officer. He was trained in 
electronics as a television studio technician. 
His responsibilities were to set up and run a 
television-recording studio. After three years 
he was trained as a weather specialist. This is 
where he spent most of his time recording 
weather data and learning to be a weather 
forecaster. LaFountain earned the Air Force 
Commendation medal for meritorious ser- 

While LaFountain was in the United 
States Air Force he made a commitment to 
follow Jesus Christ. He felt called to prepare 
for full-time ministry, either as a pastor or 
a teacher. LaFountain was honorably dis- 
charged from the Air Force in 1 98 I, which is 
when he decided to enroll in the religion pro- 
gram at ENC. He graduated cum laude with 
a degree in religion in 1985. While he was 
studying at ENC, he worked as a youth min- 
ister at the Neponset Community Church. 

After graduating from ENC, La- 
Fountain enrolled in Nazarene Theological 
Seminary and graduated cum laude in 1991 
with a Masters of Divinity. While he was in 
Kansas City, he worked at an antique store 
restoring and refining antique furniture for 
six years. When he finished seminary train- 
ing, he returned to New England to work on 
a doctoral degree at Boston University. 

In 1993, LaFountain was hired by 
Cambridge Institute to setup and administer 
an inner-city ministerial training program for 
pastors in and around Boston. In 1 997, he de- 
cided to leave the Cambridge Institute and 
begin pastoring at the Emmanuel Church of 

the Nazarene in Pawtucket, Rl. 

Professor LaFountain believes ENC 
is a special school. Ever since he graduated he 
always had a heart to return to ENC. While 
he was at Boston University, he received a call 
from Dr. Al Truesdale, the interim president, 
inviting him to teach at the college. LaFoun- 
tain's favorite class to teach is Philosophical 
Quest. He enjoys teaching this course be- 
cause he has a deep love for philosophy and 
desires everyone to live intentionally. 

"I get to meet so many students. 
Since it is a general education course I have 
students from all the disciplines, and I enjoy 
this rich and dynamic experience^ LaFountain 
said. He also enjoys the seriousness in the 
faculty, administration, and students about 
following Jesus Christ. 

One of LaFountain's favorite ex- 
periences is riding his motorcycle, which is a 
I I OOcc Honda Shadow. He also enjoys hik- 
ing and canoeing with his wife, Rhodora, and 
spending time with his children. 

"Prof. Severson is an encourag- 
ing influence and wonderful 
counseloK' Jonathan Bohall 


"Prof. LaFountain has been like 
a father to me and the rest of 

his studentsi' 

Bryan Killen 

"Prof. Severson chal- 
// lenges students to have 
their own opinions and also ac- 
cepts who they are uncondition- 
ally. He's always willing to listen 
to students with compassion, 
need more of that on 
Laura Doane 

Professor Severson graduated frorr 
Northwest Nazarene University in I99f 
with a degree in Theological Studies. He then 
continued his schooling at Nazarene Theo 
logical Seminary for a Masters of Divinity 
graduating in 2000. Prior to being a profes 
sor at ENC, he was a pastor for seven year 
in Grandview, Missouri. Ever since college h( 
knew he wanted to be a professor. 

"I realized that my professors wert 
making a living doing things I considered fun 
From then on, I was pretty determined to 
eventually become a college professor^ Sev 
erson said. 

Severson started his career as a pro 
fessor at the college while he was working or 
his PhD at Boston University. Living Issues, ; 
general education course taken by student 
senior year, has become Severson's favorite 
course to teach. 

"I really consider it a great hono 
to meet ENC's seniors on the final stage o 
their education here. Academically, Ihri mos 
interested in the intersection between th( 
philosophical study of responsibility and ;, 
world riddled with suffering. Living Issues al 
lows me to see the complexity of responsi 
bility, the diversity of our students and thei 
experiences, and their deep desire to mak( 
a difference in the worldl' He has taught tht 
course almost 20 times and still does no 
grow weary of the topics. 

Severson enjoys the small campu 
atmosphere. He also enjoys hiking, running 
playing with his children, and fixing up hi 

Photos: Philip LaFountain (above) 
and Eric Severson (below) 

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God in my living, there in my breathing 
God in my wafeing, God in my sleeping 
God in my resting, there in my worfeing 
God in my thinfeing, God in my speafeing 

Be my everything... 

God in my hoping, there in my dreaming 
God in my watching, God in my waiting 

God in my laughing, there in my weeping 
God in my hurting, God in my healing 

Be my everthing... 

Christ in me, the hope of glory... 
Be my everything. 

-Tim Hughes 

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Office of Alumni Relations 

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Alumni Association 

Meghan Reardon (04) 

Director of Alumni Relations 

Janelle Beiler (93) 

Alumni Council President 

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To Our Rebekah: 

Congratulations on another milestone. 

God, the author and creator of all, created the 

science you love and the daughter we love. 

We are with you all the way. 


Mom & Dad, David, Paul, & Jacob Guevara 



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From Left to Right: Alpesh Patel, Jordan Corbin, Rebecca Steelman, 
Andrew Hill, Junior Guimaraes. Camera Shy: Jonathan Ardrey, Paul 
Aliotta, Chris Appleby, Matthew Woodley, William Stephens. 

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I love you 
forever and with 
my whole heart! 
Your sister, Mollyl 

Romans 5:2 

Micah 6:8 

Congratulations on 
graduating. Erica! Love you and 
hope you had and will have an 
awesome time! Love ya! Your 

Heart of my own heart, you are full of wonder and beauty! 
Congratulations on the completion of this journey and 
grace for the paths ahead. You are a blessing and a de- 
light always! So proud of you! All my heart, love, Mom 

I am so proud of you; 
all of your hard work 
and dedication and 
vision has earned 
you congratulations. 
But my delight is in 
the spiritual and cap- 
tivating young lady 
you have become. 
Way to go, kid! Love, 

Congratulations Lindell! 

From Dad, Mom, Lenmarie, and Lowell 
We are proud of you!!! 

Jer 29:1 I "For I know the plans I have for youj declares the LORD, 
"plans to prosper you and not to harnn you, plans to give you hope 

and a future." 



From Your Church Family at: 

Springfield Gardens 
Church of the Nazarene 

145-01 Farmers Boulevard, 
Jamaica, NY I 1434 

1 Ti 4:12 

Don't let anyone think less of you because you are young. Be an 
example to all believers in what you teach, in the way you live, in 
your love, your faith, and your purity. 

Cong r a tula tions 

"For I know the plans I have for you, " 
declares the LORD, 
"plans to prosper you and not to harm you, 
plans to give you hope and a future. " 
Jeremiah 29:11 

We are all so proud of you!!! 

Dad, Mom, Daphnee, Stephanie, 
Gilbert, Alicya, Kevin, Linda 
& Meghan 


We want to wish you all the very best 
that God has for you. You are a beauti- 
ful woman both inside and out and are a 
blessing to those around you with your 
beautiful smile and sense of humor. 
You've always Imown how to have a 
good time. We are so very proud of all 
you have accomplished in and outside of 

school. We love you, 
Mom, Dad and Shellie 

dur *Dear §uueet STlogor). 

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^ears ef college gene 6^ in a <fhn^ nouu 
^mve grewm into a beautiful on^ wonderful 
^oung lod^. "^ou fiQue fulfilled a dream ond^ou 
did it ver^ welW 

STIq^^ou qIwq^s "keej^ our^ord in^our 
sigfit. ondfoitf) and grace in^our f\eart. '^s^ou 
go forward to follow ^our dreams, ^now 
will guide and protect ^ou always and °^-ei/er - 
(^utterfl^ ^sses f) 


Sflom & f)ad & no6 

Cameron Young 

Congratulations Conneron on a Job 
Well Done. This is only the Beginning. 
Love Mom, Dad, and Meredith 

Vibrant sensitive stubborn expressive caring beautiful I ntelligent 

sweet adorable radiant loving feisty Comical hungry vivacious... 

... silly creative volcanic Tempest reckless dedicated ridiculous 

daughter regal Opinionated hungry glamorous indecisive memorable 

sister Remarkable decisive instinctive granddaughter hungry 

friend Interesting bright entertaining lovely noisy talented Astonishing 

courageous delightful fascinating dramatic successful.. ...GRADUATE! 


You are so many things, but the best is that you are my daughter! I love you! Your name 
Victoria comes from the Latin for "victory," and when I chose your name I had no idea how much it would 
apply to so many areas of your life. I think the last descriptive word I will add to the list will be "victorious" 
and it will be the one for your future. You can be victorious In whatever path you choose. 
I pray that you stand firm on your foundations. Follow the path where the Lord leads and 
you will always have victory and find the desires of your heart. Congratulations! Love, Mom 

In all your ways 
acknowledge Him 
and He will make 
your paths straight. 
Proverbs 3:6 

Delight yourself in the 
Lord and He will give 
you the desires of your 
Proverbs 37:4 

Laura , 

Congratulations on your graduation. 
We are very proud of you and your accom- 
plishments. It has been fun having you go 
to our alma mater, sharing professors, 
and the ENC experience. 
Love, Mom and Dad 


From Fishkill Church of 
the Nazarene 

Congratulations Chris and Nichole, 

We are proud of you! 
Love, Dad, Mom, Ben, and Stefanie 


Nichole we are so \ er\ proud to be your parents. 
From your bouncing curly hair to your great 
enthusiasm for life you are a true joy. We lo\ e you 

Jillian Ashley Barrett 

May your dreams take you to the corners of your 
smiles, to the highest of your hopes, to the windows of 
your opportunities and to the most special places your 
heart has ever known. We love you and we're proud 
of you. Congratulations - Dad, Mom, Kristen, Lindsey, 
Kelsey, Shelby and CMGJGC 
Ps. 1 6:7&8 Ps. 1 7:4&5 


"/ have Inscribed you on the palms of My hands." 
Isaiah 49:16 

Love Mom, Dad & Staci 


Congratulations Phil! 
We are so proud of you and love you 
so much! May God continue to bless 
you as you begin a new chapter in 
your life. 

Love, Mom, Dad and Caitlin 

"For I knov^ the plans I have for 
you,' says the Lord. 'They are 
plans for good and not for disaster, 
to give you a future and a hope." 
Jeremiah 29:1 1 

Keene, NH Church of the Nazarene 
55 Maple Avenue, Keene, NH 0343 1 
Rev. John F. Reilly, Pastor 
Mission: "We gather to love God; 
we scatter to love others!* 

We are proud of our graduate, 
Christopher John Reilly. 

Congratulations Class of 2009!!! 

Jack Reardon 

editor's page 

I have three favorite quotes: 

"Life has been your art. You have set yourself to music. Your days 
are your sonnets!' ~ Oscar Wilde 

"I long to accomplish great and noble tasks, but it is my chief duty 
to accomplish humble tasks as though they were great and noble!' 
~ Helen Keller 

"When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope 
that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and could say, 'I 
used everything you gave me!" ~ Erma Bombeck 

These quotes are all by influential people that the general public 
considers important. These individuals are all different. One an 
author, one a political activist, and one a humorist; yet, they all 
have similar messages. Take life by the hand and walk with it, using 
everything you have in every situation you encounter. 

My life may not be as importantly influential as the people these 
quotes belong to, but it is my sincere hope that my life positively 
impacts every person I come into contact with. I hope this 
yearbook helps to exemplify this desire. 

I could not have done so well without the help of several key 
people: Carissa, Andrew, Marie, my family, and countless other 
individuals. I owe everything and more to my Lord and Savior, 
Jesus Christ, the Author and Perfecter of my faith, the One who 
calls me His poem and His masterpiece. 

Thank you for holding my hand while I learned how to hold life's 

In Him, 

Erica Scott McGrath (09) 

Romans 5:2 
Micah 6:8 

Dear friends. 

This year has been, if nothing else, eventful. It has 
been a privilege to not only experience those events 
with all of you, but to also try and capture them in 
this book. I know that not every person or memory 
has been recorded in these pages, but hopefully 
this yearbook can serve as both a keepsake and a 
challenge to remember these college years. 

This book would not have been possible without 
the help of so many people. Thank you for all of 
your support, prayers, coffee runs, and visits to the 
office. Seniors - you will be missed more than you 
know. God bless you, class of 2009! 

With love, 
Carissa Schutz (1 0) 

Romans 12:1-2 

Three things 
will last forever — 
faith, hope, and love — and 
the greatest of these 
is love. 

1 Corinthians 13:13 


Volume 87 of the Eastern Nazarene College Nautilus yearbook was published by the Nautilus staff under the authorit 
of the SGA Publications Board. The book was printed by Taylor Publishing Connpany in Dallas, Texas. Sales Representative wa 
Conrad Schmidt and Account Executive was Nancy Dewees. 

All pages were designed by the Nautilus staff using Adobe InDesign CS3 and TaylorTools. Pages were submitted online 
Nancy Dewees in PDF format. Adobe Photoshop 7.0, Microsoft Word, and Preview 3.0 were used as well. 
The Nautilus is a size 8.5x1 I trim book, containing 176 pages. 

Inquiries regarding the book should be directed to the Nautilus office at Eastern Nazarene College 

23 East Elm Avenue, Quincy, MA 02 1 70 (6 1 7-745-3578) 

pecial thanks to Vern Wesley and the Student Development Office, Jan Weisen, the Student Government Associa- 
tion, and the Registrar's office. Thank you to Hannah Rauchfuss, Arielle Mather, Meghan Weaver, Christina Ardrey, Andrew 
Hill, the Athletic Department, and Joseph Fernandes for photo contributions. 

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